Publications

 

DEMOS publications are available for download below. For press releases about the research, multimedia content, and contact information, please visit the Scientific Communication Platform.

Journal Articles 

 

12/01/2020—How populists securitize elections to win them: the 2015 double elections in Turkey, by Osman Sahin (Glasgow Caledonian University).
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06/01/2020—Boris Kollár and OĽaNO Party Communication on Facebook, by Marincea Adina and Andrej Školkay (School of Communication and Media, Bratislava).
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​10/11/2020—Justifying supranational responses to the anti-constitutionalist challenge: Applying liberal multiculturalism as a background theory, by Zsolt Körtvélyesi and Balázs Majtényi (Centre for Social Sciences).
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17/09/2020—‘Refugees are not welcome’: Digital racism, online placemaking and the evolving categorization of Syrians in Turkey, by Ozge Ozduzen (Brunel University London), Umut Korkut (Glasgow Caledonian University), and Cansu Ozduzen (University of Westminster).
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15/09/2020—Can human evolution help us understand the support for populist movements?, by Bogdan Ianosev and Osman Sahin (Glasgow Caledonian University).
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27/07/2020—Does context matter? A cross-country investigation of the effects of the media context on external and internal political efficacy, by Márton Bene (Centre for Social Sciences, Budapest).
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17/07/2020—When Populist Leaders Govern: Conceptualising Populism in Policy Making, by Attila Bartha, Zsolt Boda, and Dorottya Szikra (Centre for Social Sciences, Budapest).
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23/01/2020—Movement Sme rodina – Boris Kollár (We Are a Family – Boris Kollár), by Andrej Školkay and Viera Žúborová (School of Communication and Media, Bratislava).
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Book Chapters

 

24/11/2020—Transnational solidarity among European cities (in Transnational Solidarity: Concept, Challenges and Opportunities), by Helle Krunke and Katarina Hovden (University of Copenhagen).
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Working Papers
 

21/10/2020—Populist constitutionalism. Its impact on the constitution, the judiciary and the role of the EU, by Josep Maria Castellà Andreu (University of Barcelona) et al. 
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12/08/2020—What Kind of Public Policies Trigger Populism?, by Attila Bartha (Centre for Social Sciences) et al. 
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15/07/2020—Measuring Democratic Efficacy, by Vaidas Morkevičius (Kaunas University of Technology) et al. 
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24/06/2020—Populist Parties in Contemporary Europe, edited by Martin Mejstřík and Michal Kubát (Charles University in Prague). 
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17/06/2020—On the Institutional Context of Populism, by Josep Maria Castellà and Marco Simonelli (University of Barcelona).
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05/05/2020—Populist Communication on Social Media, by Samuel Bennett (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań) et al.
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15/04/2020—Conceptualizing Democratic Efficacy, by Márton Bene and Zsolt Boda (Centre for Social Sciences, Budapest).
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Essays
 

25/06/2020—Hungary Coronavirus Emergency Legislation 2020, by Umut Korkut (Glasgow Caledonian University).
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